Attend a Yale Security Week Session (March 16 - 20, 2020)
Yale Security Week is a series of presentations, tours, trainings and conversations highlighting safety, security and other topics of interest. This year we are offering approximately 50 different sessions and have invited experts from across the Yale campus and beyond for a unique learning opportunity. Yale Security Week 2020 is a collaborative effort between: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale Center for British Art, Yale Public Safety Security Department and Yale University Art Gallery. Members of these organizations have worked for months to arrange interesting and informative sessions to bring to the Yale community.
Yale Security Week Session - C.O.B.R.A. self-defense class.
Kailen Pirro and Karina Gramesty, Instructors
C.O.B.R.A.™ self-defense programs are designed to be highly effective in real-world situations where your survival is on the line. This internationally-recognized leader in self-defense training was created from experience in law enforcement, close quarter combat and martial arts – with extensive study on the psychology of criminal intent.
This 60-minute C.O.B.R.A. Self-Defense class is comprised of discussion, techniques, and drills designed to provide each student with the tools for survival in the unlikely event of an attack. We take a common-sense approach to training, which makes techniques easy to learn and even easier to retain. This will be a fun, safe, and quick-paced session for anyone who is willing to make this investment in their personal safety and well-being, regardless of their physical condition.